Is the history of electricity interesting? Writer Michael Mitnick and director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon think so.
A Hidden Life is an interior struggle that we, as the audience, can witness and understand, but may not completely and 100% grasp.
It’s hard to make a movie about your life without seeming overly indulgent or seeking empathy at every turn.
Underwater doesn’t really start as much as it slams itself unto its audience with the subtlety of a bowling ball to the face.
A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood is affecting and poignant.
All in all Bad Boys for Life is a film that exists and I’m still not sure if it’s a good thing. It will please fans, and nothing else.
Unfortunately, while Spies in Disguise pushes boundaries, it doesn’t break any.
This is a film about indoctrination.
In the hands of an actress-cum-director Greta Gerwig, retains the spirit of the story but also makes it feel fresh for new audiences.
Johnson sends up the murder mystery genre with a cast as dedicated to honouring it as it is to bring humour to it.